You’ve seen them at protests. You’ve seen them on Sproul Plaza. Here is Sunsara Taylor, a member of Refuse Fascism talking about what this group is and what it stands for. Video by: Ashley-Grace Vo & Nate Mahowald
Do Nixle reports make students feel safer? Here are what UC Berkeley students have to say. Video by Mackenzie Cornwall and Pransu Dash Contact us at [email protected]
We hear “Northside” and “Southside” being thrown around a lot, but which one is superior? UC Berkeley students tell us which side of campus they prefer. Video by Ashley-Grace Vo and Alex Zhao Contact us at [email protected]
Do UC Berkeley students prefer Taco Bell or La Burrita? We asked students on Sproul Plaza to find out. Video by Sid Iyer, Monica Banares, and Pransu Dash Contact us at [email protected]
Following an email from Chancellor Dirks announcing his resignation, The Daily Californian asked students about their thoughts on his legacy.
If you walked past Lower Sproul on Monday and wondered why there were were condoms everywhere, The Daily Californian has an answer for you. On Monday, UC Berkeley alumnus and sex-positive vlogger Laci Green came back to visit the campus and discuss the importance of consent with students. In a
Daily Californian columnist Adam Garzoli interviews chancellor Nicholas Dirks to discuss higher education. Filmed by Karen Lin and Yuka Koshino Edited by Yuka Koshino Part 1: Berkeley Global Campus 1 Part 2 Berkeley Global Campus 2 w Part 3 Undergraduate Initiative Part 4 Senate Constitutional Amendment 1 Part 5 Concluding
The five opinion columnists for the Spring 2015 semester introduce themselves and explain the topics they will be covering for the next few months. Filmed by Alison Tang and Karen Lin Edited by Alison Tang Music by Tori Sweeney
Despite UC Berkeley’s electrical engineering and computer sciences major’s status as one of the world’s most prestigious STEM programs, only 12.4 percent of students in the EECS major at UC Berkeley are female, according to the fall 2013 department census. This is representative of the larger gender disparity in the
Daily Cal opinion blogger Anh Thai asks students and employees on campus what the China Dream means and how the China Dream compares with the American Dream.